English | Dzongkha Saturday, February 25, 2017

The Rise of a Rapper- with Kezang Dorji

Rap music as a musical genre and a culture is increasingly becoming popular in Bhutan quite lately, especially among youths. The Bhutanese Rap artist Kezang Dorji, in his rap relay messages formerly unheard of in the genre.

Climate Change in Southeast Asia

The Australian Ambassador to Bhutan Harinder Sidhu visited the country in May 2016, to present her credentials to His Majesty the King. While in the country, the Ambassador also opened the Visa Application Centre in the capital.

Bhutan This Week

Bhutan This week – a look back into the week’s top news stories from across the Kingdom with BBS Editors on Friday @10:30 pm.

Status of stunting in Bhutan

Stunting is very low height for age. It is a failure to reach one’s genetic potential for height. It is caused by chronic malnutrition.

Rethinking Education? Boarding facilities in school?

As per the education ministry’s executive order all schools will be allowed to start boarding facilities in both rural and urban areas by next academic year.

Lets talk reading- When writers talk writing

In this special series of Lets Talk Reading, we brought together two Bhutanese writers, Gopilal Acharya and Chador Wangmo, to talk about their books and on writing.

Let’s Talk Green- Views on Urban Transport

Many people say that public transportation system in urban towns, especially in Thimphu and Phuentshogling are poor. As the city grows, people expect efficient and a reliable transport system in Thimphu.

Light of the moon: Legacy of Xuanxang

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Rules for Publication

Bhutan InfoComm and Media Authority’s (BICMA) Rules for publication leaves publishers unhappy and co

HELPING NEPAL– The experience of Bhutan’s Earthquake Relief Medical Unit

Following a devastating earthquake in Nepal last year, Bhutan sent its first international medical relief team to help Nepal with its rescue efforts. The team was formed upon the Royal Command of His Majesty The King. Treating victims of the quake, the Medical Relief Unit camped at Trishuli under Nuwakot district for more than three weeks. Nuwakot was one of the worst hit districts.

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